Research Highlights

Rutgers–Camden Receives AmeriCorps Grant to Strengthen Camden-Area Public Health

Rutgers–Camden Receives AmeriCorps Grant to Strengthen Camden-Area Public Health

Rutgers–Camden will support 47 AmeriCorps members, providing more than 15,700 hours of public health service each year across the greater Camden area.

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Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Five Rutgers–Camden Faculty Members Earn 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity

Researchers excel in mathematics, physics, science, psychology, sociology, anthropology and criminal justice topics   May 5, 2022 By Tom McLaughlin Rutgers University–Camden Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis selected five faculty members to receive the 2022 Chancellor’s Award for Outstanding Research and Creative Activity. These awards  go to faculty who have demonstrated outstanding achievements in research, scholarship, […]

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Drones Level the Playing Field as Ukraine Battles Russia

Drones Level the Playing Field as Ukraine Battles Russia

Rutgers–Camden researcher Michael Boyle explains capabilities of mini machines to become great equalizers

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Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Grant to Tackle Racial Gaps in Local Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Grant to Tackle Racial Gaps in Local Breast Cancer Survival Rates

Williams has received a $15,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to improve breast cancer outcomes among Black women in Camden.

Professor of History Wins Prestigious Iran World Book Award

Professor of History Wins Prestigious Iran World Book Award

Susan Mokhberi’s The Persian Mirror recognized as a significant contribution to Iranian scholarship. 

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